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IBM-Stanford Spintronic Science and Applications Center Past Events -- 2009 Spin Currents Retreat

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Spin Currents 2009 Retreat

April 17-19, 2009 at the Stanford Sierra Conference Center

miniature image of the Spin Currents 2009 poster This year's meeting brings together world leading experts in the field of quantum spintronics to discuss recent developments in the driving mechanism of magnetic domains, the anomalous Hall effect, the spin Hall effect, the quantum spin Hall effect, the persistent spin helix and novel spin physics in transition metal oxides.

Students and postdocs are invited to present posters on their recent work.

The workshop will be held as a retreat by the beautiful Fallen Leaf Lake at the Stanford Sierra Conference Center in South Lake Tahoe, California, on the weekend of April 17-19, 2009.

Membership Rates:

  • Attending: $450 (double occupancy bedroom)
  • Attending: $550 (single occupancy bedroom)
  • Student: $350 (double occupancy bedroom)
  • Spouse/Companion: $225 (sharing room with attendee)
  • Child: $125 (up to age 12, sharing with parent(s))

Additional information
Organizers
SSP Parkin (IBM)
SC Zhang (Stanford)
J Harris (Stanford)
T Wu (Taiwan SPIN Research Center)

Link to spin currents poster in pdf format   Download the most recent version of the Spin Currents 2009 poster, as an Acrobat (pdf) file [1.35MB PDF file]

Workshop Agenda

Invited Talks Include:

photo of Ian Appelbaum
Ian Appelbaum
U. Maryland
Spin injection, transport, and control in Silicon
photo of David Carlton
David Carlton
UC Berkeley
Nanomagnetic Logic
photo of Claudia Felser
Claudia Felser
University of Mainz
Multifunctional Heusler compounds: New Properties
Photo of Albert Fert
Albert Fert
Unité Mixte de Physique CNRS-Thales
Generation of microwave oscillations by spin transfer, synchronization of spin transfer oscillators.
photo of Sadamichi Maekawa
Sadamichi Maekawa
Institute for Materials Research, Tohoku University
Conservation Laws and Spin Motive Force in Magnetic Nanostructures
photo of Qian Niu
Qian Niu
Universal Electromotive Force Induced by Domain Wall Motion
photo of Hideo Ohno
Hideo Ohno
RIEC Tohoku University
Manipulation of Magnetization Direction by Electric Fields
Photo of Lu Sham
Lu Sham
University of California San Diego
A scenario for spintronics: from spin scattering to a circuit
Photo of Jairo Sinova
Jairo Sinova
Spin-injection Hall effect: a new member of the spintronic Hall family
Photo of Maxim Tsoi
Maxim Tsoi
University of Texas at Austin
Electromotive Force Induced by a Moving Magnetic Domain Wall
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